Japan's street style is some of the best in the game—just take a look at some of the outfits that debuted during Amazon Fashion Week Tokyo, and you'll see exactly what we mean. Many of the getups are, in every sense of the world, a maximalist's dream come true (think lots of unexpected color combos, top-notch layering, and staples with silhouettes that are unlike anything you've ever seen.) Japanese girls know how to experiment with their style—and the rest of the world is quickly taking note.
If you, too, want to emulate some of the unique ensembles Japanese It girls are known for, we may have found a way, and it entails checking out one or all of the below Japanese clothing brands for some of the coolest fashion finds on the Internet. From well-known labels like Uniqlo and Comme des Garçons to others you might not be quite as familiar with, we found it all in terms of style and price points. Ready to give your wardrobe a major upgrade? Then read on to see and shop clothing brands Japanese girls wear on repeat.
Uniqlo Chino Front Button Long Skirt ($30)
Uniqlo offers minimalist, innovative fashion staples at great prices (aka the basics your wardrobe is built off of).
Uniqlo A-Line Sleeveless Dress ($20)
Snidel Pleated Detail Skirt ($199)
Snidel's design approach can best be described as street-formal. Shop here if you want really eye-catching pieces that you won't be able to find anywhere else (and for a great price, too).
Snidel Sneaker Sole Sandals ($161)
Noir Kei Ninomiya
Noir Kei Ninomiya Pintucked Wool-Gabardine Coat ($425)
Designer Kei Ninomiya keeps fans on their feet with his one-of-a-kind design executions that transform tulle, leather, and jersey (plus much more) into exciting, wearable works of art.
Noir Kei Ninomiya White Ribbon Dress ($239)
Comme des Garçons
Comme des Garçons Belted Shirtdress ($487)
Comme des Garçons' avant-garde designs have quickly earned a cult following—and it's easy to see why.
Comme des Garçons Mandarin Collar Snap Front Top ($225)
Sacai Asymmetric Trench Cape ($349)
Sacai'a signature style is the perfect fusion of sporty, edgy, and haute couture.
Sacai Striped Cotton-Blend Pajama-Style Pants ($169)
Junya Watanabe Indigo Denim Patchwork Flared Skirt ($851)
For unexpected texture contrasts, vivid prints, and futuristic-inspired pieces, look no further than Japanese designer Junya Watanabe's namesake label.
Junya Watanabe White Lawn Short Sleeve Shirt ($353)
ADEAM Wrap Front Belted Romper ($895)
ADEAM's pieces can best be summed up as a fusion of feminine silhouettes and traditional Japanese construction.
ADEAM Two-Way Bomber Jacket ($630)
Cyclas Piped Seam Contrast Skirt ($534)
Cyclas is a ready-to-wear label inspired by minimal and modern style.
Cyclas Fringed Pointy Loafers ($491)
Gelato Pique Long Flower Dress ($90)
For some of the cutest, coziest loungewear you've ever seen, look no further than Gelato Pique.
Gelato Pique Border Shorts ($52)
GU Collared Blouse ($14)
GU offers up wardrobe staples at super-wallet-friendly price points. It's one fast-fashion label Japanese girls love.
GU Salopette Wide Pants ($19)
Blue Blue Japan
Blue Blue Japan Indigo Sashiko Coverall Jacket ($429)
Blue Blue Japan reimagines workwear staples through a Japanese aesthetic.
Blue Blue Japan White Rib Knit Turtleneck ($43)
Next up, check out more summer trends taking over Toyko.
This article originally appeared on Who What Wear
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